My friend just traded in his 2001 Explorer for a 2007 Grand Cherokee. He has plenty of lights for the front, but do-to the square shape of the Cherokee, and the recessed license plate area, all the usual intersection lighting areas arent really viable, Any ideas??
He's a Paramedic out in Long Island, he will be putting lights on the mirror, but he needs something before he enters the intersection. The vehicle is below. On his explorer, he had lights on the License plate, but notice how the plate is recessed on the bumper.
I think there are a few options and by utilizing more than one he will get some decent side coverage.
I would say look into PAR36 bulbs for the fog light area. I think an extended lens strobe in that area would put out some light towards the sides. You could also look into an extended lens TIR LED for that area.
I would definitely look at putting something on the medial wall of the high beam. I have a strobe positioned where the red dot is on my truck and that throws a lot of light out to my 45. If you put an LED hide away more forward in that housing (more towards the grille) you could probably get it flashing almost 90 degrees.
I would also look at that inner wall of the fog light housing. I can't tell from the picture if that sticks out far enough but you might get some 90 degree coverage there.
Like I said though, I think he should go with a couple of these options to maxamize coverage.
Linz6s flush mounted into the sides of the bumper. As soon as it gets warm out it is what I am going to do to cover my intersection lighting in my 2008 Grand Cherokee. The extended lens par36s do not stick out far enough to make a difference, but they do mount perfectly using the charger bracket. The headlights are very circular so it is difficult to mount HAWs in the headlights.